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Armando Elias Architect & Co Founder at Craft Design shared "How architects can gain more clients?"

As an architect, I can attest to the power of word of mouth when it comes to

promoting my business. There's something incredibly validating about having a

happy client refer their friends and family to me. It tells me that I've done a good

job, and it makes me feel proud of the work I've done.

Of course, getting those referrals isn't easy. It takes time and effort to build

relationships with clients and to deliver high-quality work that exceeds their

expectations. But when you do, the rewards are worth it. Not only do you get the

satisfaction of knowing you've done a great job, but you also get new business as

a result.

Armando Elias Architect - Co Founder Craft Design

In addition to word of mouth, I've found that social media can be a great way to

promote my business and showcase my work. I love sharing photos of my projects

and engaging with my followers on Instagram and Facebook. It's a great way to connect with potential clients and to build my brand.

Networking is another important aspect of promoting my business. I try to attend

industry events and participate in community events as much as possible. It's a

great way to meet new people and to make connections with other architects,

contractors, and potential clients.

I've also found that offering referral programs can be effective. When a client refers

someone to me, I make sure to thank them and to offer them a small incentive, like

a discount on their next project or a gift card to a local restaurant.

Finally, having a professional website is essential for promoting my business. It's

the first thing potential clients see when they search for architects online, so it

needs to be well-designed and easy to navigate. I make sure to showcase my best

work on my website, and to include testimonials from happy clients.

In conclusion, promoting my architecture business is a continuous effort that

requires a combination of word of mouth, social media, networking, referral

programs, and a professional website. But when done well, it can be incredibly

rewarding both personally and professionally.

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